Thursday, December 20, 2012

THE PAIN…THE ANGER…THE OUTRAGE CONTINUES

Yesterday was a bizarre day for me…practically every national and regional channel wanted to speak to this “brave rape survivor” who is now an activist. Everybody wanted an opinion about what I felt about the Delhi gang rape… Why this national outrage? Is it because it happened in the national capital “Delhi” or it happened in a bus or because it happened to an educated middle class girl! I was in Kerala the last few days for the promotion of my movie “Ente” on sex trafficking and in a brief period of 6 days there were already 12 major rape cases reported including a child of 5yrs. Why no outrage? Is it that if you need complete attention on a particular issue , you have to be in the right place…at the right time…with the right persons. I am not sure what pushes people to revolt from across the country…when sexual violence is being reported everyday in every city…every town. Violation is a violation wherever it happens. My frustration was also on the sudden great interest in all the rape survivors…lets hound them…Did anybody make a single attempt to hound all the reported rapists in the country? Asking them why do they do this? What is this unquenchable libido of a man that needs to be satisfied with violence and coercion. And if all these are sick men then why are we not fighting tooth and nail to get them treated. Why the great slogan for a “death sentence”…so that more and more “sick men” can live on the tax-payers money as state guests. For even if he is awarded the death sentence…after appeal to the High Court…then to the Supreme Court…and then with mercy petition to President Of India he enjoys a relatively hassle free life in the central jail after conviction for many years!!! Is this the so-called deterrence that we are fighting for. Today what we need is outrage at every local level for every case that is reported, making the lives of the perpetrators so miserable that they cannot walk in any public place without fear or shame. By focusing on the victims we are cornering them to “prying visibility” forcing them to hide their faces or run away with shame. Today was another day of pain and frustration. Another girl in my shelter died of AIDS. As a matter of coincidence the death happened in my shelter and not in a hospital. By default it became a medico-legal case. Since the girl was handed to us by the court, the police in their holier than thou tone wanted the post-mortem to be done in-spite of the doctors stating no such thing is done on HIV positive persons. Once again there is media all around us with the brokers, traffickers and the parents of the girl. This time around whether I killed the girl…whether there was abuse in the home…why she died in the home…and what not…Interestingly all of them including the family disappeared as soon as the doctors declared it was a AIDS death. The outrage that we exhibit when a girl is gang-raped is not to be seen for the millions of women and children who are raped everyday for years in all the brothels across in the country. We conveniently close our eyes regarding that by calling it “sex work”…sadly even the Apex Court seems to be in the same vicious trap. We do not see the irreversible damage…we do not see the depths of pain and trauma which forces a person to normalize an existence of exploitation, choosing to live in hell rather face the continues social exclusion and marginalization. We see it only when media takes it as a issue!!! Then across the country there is protests…candle light vigils… Victims of sexual violence anywhere, in any part of the world require our compassion, care and a space for healing My fear is whether all this outrage will pass of…not just for the media but for all us when the next story comes in... I am suitably amused by the number of comments on the facebook, tweets etc on how everybody is feeling guilty and ashamed. The time is not for guilt and shame…the time is for action. Can we all join hands to form the largest movement of real men that will engage with men to sensitize…transform…reform…treat…so that they do not turn as perpetrators of crime. It could be as an eve teaser…molester…abuser…rapist. Can we engage with men so that do not become ‘buyers of sex’…because as buyers they rape… for the girl who is being bought for sex has absolutely no bargaining power on the needs of the man who is buying her. Is this such a tough proposition… we do not need to go searching for men…they are all around us…our fathers, brothers, boyfriends,husbands,uncles…We can start now within our own families

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  2. Very well said, ma'am! And looks like there is no end to your problems - especially since this time the poor girl passed away in the shelter. Like you said, the media fuels and blows things out of proportion. And as soon as the media moves on, so do the people.

    By the way, wishing all the best to "Ente". Saw the trailer - Love it that Siddique has been cast as the father (I guess). He is an exceptional actor. All the best.

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    1. "looks like there is no end to your problems."

      HER problems..?!!! what did you mean by that...?!!! :o

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    2. If you have read through the other posts in which Sunitaji explains all problems that she goes through everyday, this one (one more poor girl passed away in her shelter) just adds to it. That is what I meant.

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  3. I think this is right time to spread this message.Do you believe it?

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  4. Dear Madam we have to put some strong law and enforce it to generate fear among those who try this kind of crime . Let us see what law makers do when ever media bring things to lime light as passing phase and short memory of public make it easier for Politicians to forget the issue easyly

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  5. People are demanding capitol punishment for those who were involved in this crime. I agree they should be harshly punished. But that is not the solution to the problem. People should look at the bigger picture here. What prompted them to do so? What were they thinking on how to get away with this? This requires a huge mind shift in the masses. It cannot be brought about by hanging someone or flashing the news in the TV for 24x7.
    This requires a long term plan and a huge effort from everyone Government, NGO, Common people to bring in this mind shift.
    Hope the Girl gets well soon..!

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  6. This is the high time now..we will fought for severe punishment for rapists,we will not tolerate any more suffering for our kids and sisters...

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  7. We are here to support u mam. waiting for your orders.....

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    1. Great Shan... Orders have been dispatched to your house.... Please respond and act immediately...

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  8. You are correct Sunithaji, this outrage is because it happened to middle class family member. Until now everyone had a mindset that that can not happen to us, they thought they were off limits. Now the middle class is facing the fear that "It could happen to anyone".... You are also correct in saying, IT IS TIME FOR ACTION.

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  9. let me start by saying what an amazing woman you are. everyday i wish i had half the courage and determination that you have. i bow to you and to the lives you save.

    and although everything you said here is true, i still think as long as there is an outrage against a crime so despicable, it is a good start. let's not get caught in marginalizing this rape or this outrage just because there hasn't been an outrage on every other one (which is sickening because little girls are being raped by their fathers and no one seems to be shocked)

    yes there should have been. maybe if we talk about it more (yes i know the media sensationalizes it, and that's quite another battle) it's a shame the victim is hounded and no one ever hears of the criminals.

    but this once i'm just glad there is an uproar albeit at a huge expense.

    yes its probably because it's delhi, but maybe also because too many rapes happen in this city, maybe finally people have had enough. and maybe the rest of us will follow suit.

    this uproar is just a small glimmer of hope that maybe people are finally waking up. why should it matter where it all starts.

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  10. You are right Sunithaji.....and I also agree with bitiya......atleast there is a revolt.

    Also, in my thinking, there is probably no girl in India who hasn't dealt with some form of eve teasing.....we think it's over and we are safe and that's it.....we are afraid of raising a voice....we lack the courage...I'm glad people are gaining the courage to raise their voice.

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  11. Very well said.I salute at u r determination and courage.Saw "Ente" trailer and liked it very much. Keep the good work going.

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  12. Dear Sunitha,
    The world around us is up in arms danding castratikn and capital punishment. So much of focus on the rapists. Our judicial system is such a joke that convicted murderers can get parole to attend their brother's wedding, leave jail 66 times during their sentence on various pretexts.
    Why can we not use that money being spent on their jail terms for a more robust system that takes care of the victim. We need sensitization of our police, and our courts. We need a system where a rape victim can be assured that we will accept her and live her no matter what. That when the cameras shift focus and the news hounds find some other issue to get their TRP's from we as a society will still hold her close to us. Like you said, why are we not shocked and outraged by all other incidents? That teen girl raped by her father, brother and uncle in Kerala? Where is she? Where is the justice in this world?

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  13. I can always listen to you when you deal with yourself in night.I am not a God .i think we as a whole nation are responsible for the rapes i am sure you understand that more than me.We have set the stage.Since we have done that in differencecways we should share your dealing with night , why alone.....
    Reborn.ink.il@gmail.com

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  14. I dont support this silly upper class outrage. This is no revolution. its just a mob outrage. MOB is always mob . Where was this mob when so many where raped or pimped by their biological father, brother, etc. So, I bet its nothing more than a silly mob outrage. I dont oppose it. We cant oppose anything that stands for good. But, surely I am not a man who is gonna mountanize this mob outrage to "classy revolution" .

    Sunitha ma'm, great words. We also know, SINCERE Words. Thanks.

    എന്നെങ്കിലും , എന്തെങ്കിലും ചേച്ചിയെ ഈ ശ്രമത്തില്‍ സഹായിക്കാന്‍ കഴിയുമെങ്കില്‍ അത് ചെയ്യണമെന്ന്‍ ആഗ്രഹമുണ്ട്.

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    1. Ahamed,
      What if nobody reacted to the Delhi issue?? The girl who died, Damini(as we call her), she is from a middle class family., a medical student. It was her friends, and friends of friends who came forward in the beginning for peaceful protests. You are calling them as "mob"?
      ഇത്രെയും തുറന്നു നടന്ന ഒരു സംഭവത്തിന് ഇങ്ങനെയെങ്കിലും react ചെയ്തില്ലെങ്കില് ആര്ക്കും എപ്പോഴും എവിടെവെച്ചും എന്തും ചെയ്യാമെന്ന ഒരു അവസ്ഥയില് നമ്മുടെ സമൂഹം എത്തിച്ചേരും ...
      I am not telling that the sexual abuses in rural areas/brothels need to ignored. But if the Delhi case/the uprising over the issue is bringing out change in a single person, then that is good, na?? One of my classmates called me on the NewYear eve. He apologised to me. You know for what?? He used to tease me badly in our college days(4-5 years ago). He didn't like it, when inspite of being a girl, I get appreciation from teachers, when I volunteer for celebrations in our college, etc.

      -Aswathy

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  15. Dear Sunitha, I listened to your words on ndtv.com/video/player/we-the-people/will-capital-punishment-be-a-deterrent-to-rapists/259347
    What you said was so powerful and inspirational that I had to sit still to absorb the depth of the experience you were sharing. I have never been so moved. And the reason may have been 'cos your words were not mere words. Your words were full of sincere and pure expressions from the depth of your soul. Your words created a storm in me. In the last 8 years I have talked to youth and my own children about a lot of issues related to social justice, etc. And now I'll have to add your story to this collection. Story of a brave girl who was born to live a life of pride. A girl who chose to take the road less traveled even though her bare feet got blistered even more with every step. A strong woman who prevailed against all odds. Why did this woman keep walking on the lonely and less traveled road? 'Cos as hard as it was for her to deal with her own pain at the end of each day when she was alone in bed, she knew in her heart that she had a higher purpose in life. She knew there was one more person she could uplift the next day. She knew she could give hope to one more person who had lost hope. She knew she'd be putting a smile on another face, a face which otherwise may never have known a smile. Just remember by sharing your story of survival and living with pride, you are touching hundreds of thousands of lives and will continue to do so for a long time to come. The world is a better place 'cos of souls like you. Souls who God knew are strong enough to carry the torch of truth, courage and kindness with unwavering commitment. Thanks. My friend you are not made to give up. The winds blowing against you are just going to take you to new heights.
    Tundi-E-Bade-E-Mukhalif se na ghabra ae Uqaab
    Yeh to chalti hai tujhe ooncha udane ke liye
    --Allama Iqbal
    So, good luck. A thousand Namaskars to the goodness and courgae in you. Regards, Ranjit

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  16. mam i am inspired by your speech. now if i want contribute and follow on your foot steps what should i do and where do i start. i am genuinely interested in. i am a common women believe in prevention and agree with your ideology.

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  18. Finally I see a woman who wants to see this tragedy in all its genuine light. Thank you Sunitha for not being in the nation wide mad race for publicity and mileage out of this "One in a million" cases.

    We all see this happening in our plain sight day in day out... instead of picking up the band and marching to India gate... let us do something to stop this heinous crime at our front yards.

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  19. Madam,

    Only today, I came to know about you, As i am typing, i am hearing you in Timesnow.tv. Bravo. Wish you all the best for everything you are doing. I am amazed about your courage and conviction. Let us know how we can help you, to do whatever you are doing to the best.

    My only request to you is that, what ever might be the reason, today, entire India, is united, either because of 23 year old Delhi girl, or because of Media let us frame the law against woman. Let us work together, make India a better place for everyone.

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  20. Just more respect to you maam. There are many unsung heroes such as you, who are only remembered when such an issue is followed by the media. I agree with you that such change needs to begin with us , that we teach our men how to treat a woman. It's time to clean our society and it needs to start from our own home .

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  21. There is something very wrong. I don't know, may be its what we hear and see daily that is making us the perverts we are turning out to be. We like & enjoy the pain of others.
    Women giving oxytocin injection to their daughters to make them young early to take part in beauty competition. What moral values are they infusing in their daughters?
    Brother's raping sisters, Fathers raping their own daughters.
    Where is girl safe??
    Young children with smartfones with internet connection, do their parents even know what they are watching?
    The gang-bangs of porn become gang-rape of real life.
    The more the girl/women cries/defend more thrill they derive.
    Can't understand what that feeling is.
    Some-times feel the rapists are people who just got braver, otherwise everybody has similar feeling in their mind.
    Sad.

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  22. First of all, I would like to salute you for being strong for yourself and for others.
    Why such an outburst now? IMHO there are many reasons - firstly the brutality of the incident secondly it happened in the heart of the city, thirdly the girl had a male companion..last but not the least and the most important people are frightened because of the frequency of it and the brutality. Why so? Because the system is corrupt. People are not afraid of the laws. They can do anything and roam around free either because of political connections or lack of evidence.
    No one blames the rapist. Everyone finds fault with the girl - her morality.
    No change can be brought about as long the system is corrupt,the mind of people is full of blemishes and attitudes of people are wrong.
    What could be done? Educate the children irrespective of the gender, men should respect women, enforce the laws, punish the culprits in such a way that people like them would think twice before doing such heinous crimes.
    Keep fighting for justice

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  23. dear mam .... for the last ten odd days when the whole nation is gripped by the horrific gang rape case in delhi... many other cases of crimes against women have come to light ....sadly the media groups mentioned them only in a passing reference... can the media be also accused of a bias... Since all of them have their paraphernalia easily available in delhi they can conveniently report one or two odd cases day in and day out..( i m not at all trying to lessen the significance of their campaign in delhi ) how will voices, that are being silenced this very minute,ever get an opportunity to share their ghastly tales and hope for justice to be delivered...

    i also have a problem with our political culture. . the maai-baap mentality that has continued from the british raaj to our present day polity has made all of us vulnerable to the whims of our elected "leaders" .. the master(common woman)-servant(politician) relationship has to be emphatically promoted... when obama goes out to seek votes he is seen sipping coffee with the commoners .. hugging them ... playing ball with them.... when our leader is on a campaign he would have thousands trying to grab his feet... kissing his hand . . . . i know any comparisons would be detrimental for our democratic process to mature... but mam we need to change this culture on a war footing....

    mam i m a 23 yr old male... i reside in shimla... for the last few days when i have been seeing such spontaneous mobilisation of youth force it really makes me confident that the youth in the country are determined for bringing a long-awaited change.... but mam i have certain reservations as well....
    where are the student organisations like nsui abvp sfi???
    do the youth pick and choose their battles???
    a similar show of strength if done in a smaller town would not attract too many eyeballs

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  24. Thank you so much Sunitha for keeping the focus in the debate on Times Now on what action we want and to successfully get the politicians on the panel in particular to cut out the platitudes. The three points you made are all critical. Chucking out MLA's with any record whatsoever of sexual misbehaviour towards women is so fundamental, yet I couldn't believe my ears when I heard the large numbers of men in power even with such records. The other two points too: To get the sexual offenders and offences bill passed. And particularly crucial... to put the pressure to lodge an f.i.r. speedily and with sensitivity on the cops , not on the woman who is abused many times over and over in the name of interrogation. Thank you again Sunitha for the many lives you have helped through your own experience.

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  25. Madam. I really feel ashamed daily when any such incident is reported,and I even complain about it at my home,with my friends in my college. I actually wanted to reply to your query that why other incidents don't get equal reaction-after all Violence is a violence. I totally agree with you. But the fact is that all other incidents were never leaked ou like this. Whenever any rape or other crime incident is reported,people feel that action is being taken and culprits will be behind bar and will be dealed firmly but thankfully due to this case, the fact that has come out is that-Girl is being raped in a bus covered by curtains(which is banned) and thus cops remained blind folded and if they might have acted ,maybe that girl would be replying to today's outrage. And I think it is necessary that this protest continues because to succeed in task of sending your voice to deaf is to shout. So shout once can help dealing with others cases firmly too.

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  26. We owe it to ourselves, as women, mothers, sisters & daughters , NEVER EVER to forget Nirbhaya.. SHe had a dying wish, to be saved, so that she could live, We need to see her when we look into a mirror at our reflection and pledge that we eradicate all possible causes of just ghoulish acts towards women. If we fail, we've let her spirit die. Our scriptures teach us that the warm fuzzy Maternal "gauri' also morphs into Durga & Kali.. we have the power, we just need to harness it.

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  27. As I watched the day long coverage on multiple news channels, post the death of the brave girl.. thoughts very similar to the ones in your post ran through my mind. For probably the first time I feel the resonanace of thoughts.. I have always been considered by people as a weirdo when I keep saying that the one issue which gets highlighted is just one of the million such problems.. and thinking of 10 solutions very specific to that case (like the Governments proposal on Commericial vehicle control) are just pills for Anger management, to calm the people down. The solution to this can only be a mix enforcement, judicial and for sure social... Parents need to teach their sons that respect for women is the number one thing which qualifies you as a Man.. I feel blessed to have had parents and elder sister who put this into me..

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  28. Well said Sunitha. the focus should shift to the perpetrators and not the victim at this time. The victim needs the support and space to recoup and in the case of survivors the privacy to continue a dignified life and this should be provided. But the actions to be taken are for the perpetrators of such crimes so that such incidents no longer happen. The fight should be to get justice done and treat these sick men.

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  29. To be honest I believe human is a species that has evolved with a trait that is self destructive. This often happens in nature. There is an example of Warthog that has evolved with extra long front teeth. These set of teeth grow and grow till they protrude through the upper jaw and ultimately piercing the skull killing the animal. Human is another such animal with a combination of brain that has the ability to create power and animal instinct that is the inability to handle that power. Wherever human has lived he has abused the very thing on which his existence reside. Be it the forests, the animals, the nature, the earth and its environment or the woman. And he'll suffer. He'll suffer and make every species on the earth suffer before he meets his end. This species "the Human Race" will end ...soon. That is what this species deserves and nature is always fair. For now all we can do is follow the inbuilt voice of nature...the conscience.

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  30. Let us all mourn for the loss of our humanity, for the loss of our collective social responsibility and for the loss of our understanding of social values. Let us also look upon with deep resentment the politicians loss of capacity for governance. Indeed, like many other maladies affecting the Indian society, ill-treatment of women has always remained a harsh and hostile reality. Rare individuals like you is a panacea of hope for our sick society. Yes, we have to start right from the beginning: to inculcate and instill codes of basic human conduct within our own home. While extending my moral support to your noble crusade, I offer my assistance in whatever way I can.....

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  31. Malala Yousafzai's tweet:
    The rapists dumped her on road. The government dumped her in Singapore. What's the difference?

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  32. Sunitha, it was the first time that I heard about you and saw you on TV yesterday.... I sat engrossed and absorbed in every word that you said...if there one person who has any legitimate right to give suggestions for punishment , among all the other speakers for the last 13 days On the series of debates on TV, it is only you! They were very sensible And highly feasible solutions and actions.
    If you call for a movement and action I bet it will be a movement in true terms.
    Shall wait for you movie "ente"

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  33. It might be so that this protest and rage seem puerile to you... But with this article are you condemning this expression of emotions???

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  34. Sunitha,

    Two comments about some points in the first para of the passage:
    1. THe outrage was in Delhi, the national capital. About time too. Some incident had to wake up the people in Delhi. Perhaps it could have happened much before but it could be that a strange combination of media, internet, and offline activities added back and forth to each other, building synergies and giving this the shape of a movement.
    2. About the victims being hounded- it could be perhaps because we do not want to see rapists or give them that importance. We want to assure ourselves that victims have survived and are standing strong and perhaps they can inspire and tell the crowds a way to move forward.


    Also, finally, it is generally believed that the rapists should be publicly shamed in addition to other judicial punishments. This would serve to be a deterrent. So, i would like to ask, why is no one talking about physical castration ( which will also serve as humiliation and deterrent for other rapists)?? What, i wonder is your opinion on this?

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  35. Sunitha,
    Since you have dedicated your life to this problem, your perspective is from a different angle. Agree with you 100% , and I can understand how frustrated you must feel. But the reality of life is that sometimes it *is* that one out of a million incidents that sparks the revolution. It’s one of those inexplicable things in life.

    IMO, it’s better not to question why only this incident “sparked the outrage” and not the million others, but instead, take advantage of the momentum, build on it and act on it fast.

    As ever, my deepest appreciation for your comments and your work.

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  36. mam, isnt it a worst culture where in men thinks that the ultimate revenge on a woman is to rape her.. why did india adopt this..from where did this start.

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  37. May be its time we redefined the word rape in law dictionary...for any non-consensual act of sexual nature and a woman when she says no to a man's advances should mean something. despite her social standing she can be his wife or a sex worker but she must have a right to her body. Which is the basic and has been denied to us for long.

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  38. Mam, I watched you on timesnow newhour debate show. Hats off to your courage, truly you are an inspiration to us. Keep fighting, we are with you.

    I found this article which has the stats of MPs who has track record of criminal charges against them.

    If you find time have a look, http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-07-12/india/32648222_1_criminal-cases-vote-in-presidential-election-national-election-watch

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  39. Sunita... Hats of to you dr... for the first time heard about you in Times Now news chanel.. Made me feel there i still lots of hope for us with people like you around. We need to learn how you have channelised your negative experiences i life into a great positive thinking... I just look forward to meet you during my next visit in kerala and look forward to watch your movie Ente..

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  40. One of the few good reads in the past few days. I completely agree with you. I appreciate you for the life you have chosen and hats off to that.

    just a few things that crossed my mind or rather few thoughts we had as a family at home.

    Media ( social and tradiational ) has brought us closer to the happending around the world.unlike social media traditional media eats off on the interests of the people. The way we see it.. one way it is good. Many more women are stepping forward to report the issues. The media just chooses to "cash in on the latest boom". but slowly but surely, the awareness is spreading which is a good thing to note.

    be it on a good faith or bad faith.. humans always have a tendency to look towards the worse side of things. perhaps it is the habitual perspective or "tradition" or... it has been our habit as humans. It is really sorry to know that people seem to have a bad feeling about anything happening around even in a good surrounding. but I guess it is another road block. As long as we know we are right, we need not bother. It is sad for the patient as to how things turned out at your shelter. I am sure atleast a few readers would change their perspective when they see a social work next time.

    Humans are social beings. Most of us ( including me ) tend to gather around the crowd. I am not sure who started it but I appreciate the inspiration she/he provided .. cos the whole nation seemed to follow through. many among us have ALMOST completely lost faith in the judicial system of India. I guess the one (or few) person(s) who did raise the voice made sure the others ( like us ) follow through and the simultaneous outrage of the many brought in the movement. We got to bring about more social workers among us than just "leaders"... A good leader would always voice the opinion of the common than his own. If we are not among one of them, may be we can try supporting them when needed and in whatever way possible.

    The least we can expect is a social change..I read most animals rape to show their dominance over the other. call it traditional or genetic(??), it is time to evolve. There are enough ways/circumstances to emotional/sexual release. I think most cases of abuse are for dominance ( or when the attacker feels he is being dominated/ignored ).. be it eve-teasing or physical abuse at home/work. the least we can do is to treat both sexes alike and pass on the same to our kids. Old people (including the ones with traditional thoughts) are too old to grow up ( evolve ).. they will pass by but to do the least, let us pass on the good things to our future.. I hope they or their kids would see man a better social animal.

    Thanks to Prajwala and the innumerous organisations who have taken a step ahead to bring about the change we need. We whole heartedly salute and support your effort. God Bless you.

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  41. Caustic spit, piss and dung on the caste and sexist heresy that bigots and sadists sanitise as “traditional cultural and religious values”. Their “culture” is deliberate vicious betrayal of simple conscience and conspicuous indisputable knowledge.“Traditional folk” have no excuse to reject expectation on them to change, knowing full well their mentality victimises themselves and their female kin as it does to others.

    Deeming a sexual assault victim “shameful and indecent” simply for being a victim and for reporting is no less ridiculous and despicable than blaming a theft victim for being too rich or blaming a murder victim for being too lively.

    Sexist buffoons deserve no extra time to change “traditional” mentality, only contempt and condemnation for taking their own sick time to bash sense back into their own brains. It takes no great education and intellect for them to spit away their prejudice and violence by elementary intuitive reasoning. It means only conscious, compulsive stupidity and sadism that they cling to such heresy as a constipated rectum clings to dung. They are in principle accessories to atrocity.

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    Powerful and austere deterrents are in order:
    (1) Brute-force counter-brainwashing of the masses by proactively and ruthlessly punishing every trace of caste and sexist superstition, without slightest distraction by sham objections like “respect for cultural and religious sensitivities” and “freedom of opinion”; Public shaming and purging of of civil servants, politicians or religious figures who obstruct reporting/prosecution, and suffocation of any media or public-opinion element sympathetic to sexist sentiment;

    (2) Draconian penalties against perpetrators, including at least flogging and life incarceration, optimally extending to genital destruction and execution; Public display and mockery of such specimens under punshiment to terrorise and paralyse would-be imitators;

    (3) Psychologically conditioning women to assume cold cunning poise when under attack and execute the most vicious, brutally-efficent force-multiplying counterstrikes (eg. Feigning submission and gouging eyeballs and cockballs when in range) against sadistic sex-assailants.

    Contrary to anticipated accusations from wimpy pacifist psuedo-moralists, these are not bloodlusty knee-jerk cries for vengeance, but sober prudent calculations with utmost priority to the welfare and protection of past and potential victims. Laxity in supporting these potent reprisals is nothing more than a flatulent facade of “noble civility”. What are “barbaric and inhumane” are not these rigorous measures, but the protection granted to demons, and the grotesque hazard thrust on society by rejection of these measures.

    The “right to procreation” objection against castration is a quack contrivance. Savage parasitic worms which violate others’ sacred right to sexual abstinence cannot retain their own right to procreation. They infest and torment their victims with (potentially agonizing and fatal) trauma, pregnancy and/or disease – an atrocity explicitly outweighing murder in severity and due punishment. If execution is reasonable penalty for drug-trafficking, kidnapping and treason, then it is the bare minimum for crimes of sexual invasion and subjugation.

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    1. Leniency to sex predators on psychiatric grounds is a glorified sham argument. Their calculated criminal strategies prove them to be obsessive, vicious sadists rather than helpless, depressed victims of circumstance. They possess intellect well capable of cheating and evading their own primal urges, yet indulgently exploit it to consume defenseless prey.

      Contrary to that dimwitted cliche, “eye for an eye” blinds Not whole the world, but only the aggressor to stop it from blinding more eyes.

      “2 wrongs don’t make one right”? That’s just a stupid circular argument which assumes retaliatory action as a wrong to begin with. Even if the latter is a “wrong”, it does well to demonstrate the weight of wrong to the wrongdoer and all like-minded savages. Even if 2 wrongs don’t make a right, 1 wrong left unpunished is a greater evil than 2 wrongs. In fact the issue of whether a right can be made from wrong is completely irrelevant by historical irreversibility.

      Preserving the lives and sexual function of remorseless and recalcitrant predators undeniably poses intolerable risk to society, tantamount to criminal negligence bordering on abetment. But hostage to petty political correctness and a perverse delusion marketed as “human rights and civil liberties”, liberal legislators and governments extort and waste taxpayer’s money to feed, house and “counsel” these beasts in exorbitant prisons, releasing them soon after to resume their ravenous sexploits. Past and potential victims are forced to financially support their oppressors’ welfare, without receiving reasonable freedom and protection. Clearly, draconian demolition of sex predators is by far the lesser evil, if it is evil at all.

      Effective and respectable judicial sentences must exact retribution, nullify criminal incentive and pose powerful deterrence. Genital amputation and/or execution neatly satisfy these criteria - lusty felons suffer their victims’ anguish, their sexual gratification is rendered unprofitable, and they become a frightful example and mockery to potential imitators. What may seem reckless revenge in fact impeccably fulfills judicial duty to punish and protect.

      The Indian bureaucracy is an obscene mockery of its “ideals of justice and democracy”, too shoddy and shady to reliably keep hardcore criminals in prison for long before some cheap bribe siphons them back out to continue ravaging with impunity. The least it can do is slaughter the psychopaths. (To those who take political offense: snap out of that myopic tribal nationalistic mentality, and focus on the facts and universal priorities.)

      If Indian politicians and people persist in sabotaging decisive reform by wallowing in bitchy philosophical bickering and debate, then India has enough Bruce Waynes to privately and covertly fund a vigilante blitzkrieg against this national cancer. “Due political and legal process” are mere means, not ends in themselves, fully liable to be discarded with extreme prejudice whenever they become impotent mockery of their higher purpose. They are not to be patiently and reverently waited upon like some divine edict.

      You ask what right I have to claim to that ends justify means? I tell you that nobody needs a bloody right to confront a matter as severe and urgent as this, just as you don’t need a right to pick up a banana peel on a public street. And the damn means need no further justification if they contradict no other ends.

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  42. dr krishnan, i saw one of your interviews on television and read your blogs. i am a documentary film maker with over 25 years of film making experience. i have made several films on social issues including sex abuse, over the years. i would like to get in touch with you please....my email is vaidminnie@yahoo.com
    i would like to discuss a new project with you. warm regards for the new year, minnie vaid

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  43. Dear Dr.Sunita -

    As you well said "the time is for action"-
    So my suggestions to your ponder as follows-

    1)If there's still any unquenchable libido exists, should be clear off by Castration (Thanks to Sanjay Gandhi, he was practising it for wrong and let's make it straight)

    2) These culprits has no right to enjoy what Almighty given abundantly - let us take their One eye, one kidney etc for the needy who are many in our society.

    3)Let them forced to work for the benefit of women in their life time in Jail so as to pay back -

    I guess it could be more worthy rather than pushing them to Gallows for a easy killing -

    All the very best for your Good work for the society -

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  44. Hi Dear Sunita,

    Kudos for your great work. I also had some questions in my mind like you. All questions were -WHY sexual exploitation happens?. After pondering a lot got two answers. First - some people are psycho and only treatment for them is death. Second are all of our actions. Yes, all of us. Just think how many youth, youngster watch porn movies, these youth and youngster have no intention of hurting anyone and they don't even know what they are doing. It is great requirement to teach youngster about the issue so that they will not do any unintentional harm to others.

    Next, reason for crime are mothers. Most of the mother teach their
    daughters to stay quiet, don't speak up if something happens wrong with them. Mother like to praise their sons for every deed, they do not matter if it is right or wrong. Mothers hide drawbacks of their kids. Problems are in each and every home that I hope we will be able to address and solve.

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  45. Hi Sunita,
    I have lot of confusions, and I am pondering over those. Each article or blog i read creates new doubts or rather questions. I want to join your cause once things are clear. Thanks a lot for being an inspiration.
    -Aswathy

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  46. Hello Mam,

    You are an inspiration to our generation. I saw your interview on TV last week where u said the victim is given a life sentence...how very true! The rape laws have to be amended and the lawmakers should take suggestions from sensible people like you.

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  47. Hi
    I have read some of your blogs, truly inspirational leading me to think deeper and seek answers to so many things......thanks will certainly take action

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  48. Dear Sunitha, From the very first time I have known you through SMJ, I was happy for the incomparable service you are doing everyday and trust me that day and this day I have tears, not for the fact that I have known you but ashamed I am not able to to do anything for this cause or any other similar ones. I agree with your anger about the whole outrage. A similar outrage or protest a decade ago could have brought stricter laws and saved so many of them. I heartfully wish to do something for my sisters full of hope.

    Best Regards,
    Vannie

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  49. dear friend sunitha,
    count on me as follower of your thinking. i take this opportunity to extend my support to the causes u share.

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  50. Hello mam,

    People are not sensitized enough on these gender based violence issue. We understand the full impact of the crime only when someone close to us is subjected to it. Movies are the culrpits where the women are portrayed in a pathetic manner n violence on them is not considered wrong. the movie industry n the elite class do not have to take a public transport n therefore the women have to face the brunt as they are the ones who are exposed to all the antisocial elements. In my opinion Chemical castration can prove as a deterrent in rape cases.What is shocking is that such criminals take law in their own hands with impunity.

    Parents can play a major role in dealing with this menace. They can counsel their children to be more careful.

    I really appreciate your courage in undertaking such a daring project n i would personally want to meet you some day.

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  51. Hi Sunitha
    I have been watching you on TV lately and also saw you delivering the TED speech on YouTube!
    Indeed the situation is appalling which makes your struggle that much more valuable and worthy of huge regard.
    It should put the management system and more so the people at large to serious shame.
    I am reminded of what TN Seshan once said when asked as to what he would do if he were to be made the PM of India. He said " I would sit and cry "
    Such is the state of helplessness in our country.
    My name is Ramesh Narasimhan and I am writing to you to offer any kind of help that I can, in my own smallway. I am hugely supportive of your movement and I pray more and more people wake up in realization of this immediate need to stand up for this cause.
    I can be reached on ramesh_narsimhan@hotmail.com.
    Look forward to hearing from you cos I am keen to help.
    Best Regards
    Ramesh.

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  52. You shouldn't overlook that the particular brutality of this gang rape, the sodomization of this girl to such an extent that her intestines were ripped apart ultimately causing her death, is ALSO a big reason for the extra outrage nationwide. Saying instead that it's because of class would be really downplaying what happened!

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  53. Hi Sunitha,

    I respect you for what you have done and how you survived the difficult times in your life.I wish each one of those girls and boys had the courage to move on in life and put their painful pasts aside.

    Even a small pinch pains us. I cant understand what pleasure these people get when they beat the girls with rods, pierce their private parts with hard things, or by raping an unconscious, helpless or even a dead girl.That is cruel.

    They find pleasure in others's pain.They feel powerful when the opponent cries for help.They may be feeling like God because they are deciding whether, she should be silent, cry with pain, or even die in that process.There is more about rape which we cant understand. Only a rapist can answer why they did that torture.

    I think we need to interview more rapists to understand their problems than ask the victim, "What were your feelings while you were experiencing it?". If we can help those people get treated, we will.I don't feel it is fair when people want to see the victims, more than the rapists.

    Also I appreciate you that you targeted to rescue many children who would have been future prostitutes or pimps.Because so many criminal people who exist today are the results of tormented childhood, bad upbringing, lack of education and ethics.

    I thank God that I could know that people like you too exist in this world. I thank you for all that you have done for my little sisters and brothers.

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  54. Dear Sunita,

    Thank You.. Thank you For being the brave soul that you are. In the every day struggle of live and self-imposed self-pity we forget the basics we have to have to survive as a race.... compassion and courage. I truly hope that one day i would be able to gather the courage and stand by someone who needs a little support (not help). thanks .....

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  55. Hats off to u Sunitaji... I totally agree with you! and i will do my bit to help the victims!!

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  57. Good evening,
    I share your thoughts that it's past time for mourning and it is time for ''action'' now. Though it's too late for a reaction from people, i wish the time has come at last for a revolution. All over India people are coming together for a collective cause. They have realised that it is time to fight for justice.And from the pages of history, it can be seen that whenever people are united for a collective aim, it paves way for a revolution, a change..let us hope that the time have come at last!
    i think people need to be led for the 'action' and effect that is required for the social issues.With Lack of experience and 'emotions ruling our mind', we need someone to guide us to our goal.., to make us realise that mere protests are not enough for any issues.For that we need people like you to tell us what to do and how to do.
    Your's faithfully
    Geethanjali.M

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  58. Dear Dr Sunitha Krishnan I completely agree with you and feel that people should live in the present and look at and contribute to the work you are doing today instead of empty talk.

    Is there any way of informing about any exploitation of women and children to your organisation or any other agency to rescue someone being or from being exploited?

    I admire your strength of conviction and the truth that resonates in every word that you speak.

    I watched your TED talk yesterday and spoke to two of my friends and made my husband watch it and have taken a pledge to sensitive or at least speak about the worst form of slavery that is going on.

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  59. Dear Ma'am

    You have inspired me to take action instead of just making speeches on a social issue without doing anything about it. I also as an individual want to do something more for society rather than just be a spectator. There is a lot of suffering in the world right now and i want to do whatever i can to reduce this to whatever my potential is.

    I hope to visit Prajwala as soon as my board exams end.

    thank you

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  60. Hi Sunitha,

    Some years back I have seen your TED talk and shocked to hear the facts Indian female face in her life. The day I have heard about the gangrape of the 23 years old I remembered you and felt same pain. In fact I remember you everyday when I read any sad stories of girl child in India. Please do not see 23 year old any different then any of your girl. Atleast now public is coming in the front for this cause.

    Wish God gives you all strength/support to continue the good work you are doing.

    Anjana

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  61. Eve Ensler, the author of 'The Vagina Monologues' just said in an interview, that when we hear about someone raping a baby, the rape of a 23 year old, all of a sudden doesn't seem so bad. But all violence should be screamed at.
    I understand why you question this dramatic reaction to one rape, horrible as it is, when you have witnessed such atrocities in your work. I do too. I fear, that a lot of people are just jumping on the bandwagon, and when the 'fun' is over or the next big thing comes along, it'll all be forgotten. I hope, in my heart, that it will not be the case.
    I have been a frequent traveller in India, and the plight of her women and children has shocked and abhorred me. But because of this 'story' - it's resonating all over the world. People are sharing information via social media - not just about the Delhi gang rape - but about conditions in general. Even I'm learning more, and I thought I knew - not it all - but a lot. Political and religious leaders are being exposed and ridiculed in their ignorance and hypocracy.
    So even if we have all kinds of reasons to ask 'Why now? Why this particular case.' - I welcome anything, ANYTHING - that will put focus on violence against women - wherever in general, in India in particular.
    I've seen and shared your compelling speeches, wherever I could, and will continue to do so. I am in awe of your dedication, strength and skills. What else can I do? I'm from Denmark - and this is a legitimate question: What else can I do?

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  63. hi madam
    As you mentioned in your blog rapes are happening widely in our country we have to admit that with all regrets.This one got a massive attention only because it happened in the sate capital Delhi, to a middle class women under the close vicinity of our top level administration .Some women in remote tribal areas may have a similar story to tell, we are not aware of that cos our medias sometimes fails to reach there.So these cases wont get attention and support as result punishing sometimes even registering case is not going to happen. Now our society has awaken and alarmed it is time for a positive change.Protesting and public gathering will help to awake politicians and government servants( or at least we can hope so ). But if you are really dreaming of society were women can follow their dreams ,protests will not only do the whole job. Because change should always originate from our mind itself. While protesting, scolding government,lighting candles and screaming to give tough punishment to culprits we all should have the courage and mental strength to take a strict oath that " I WILL NEVER BE THE REASON FOR SUCH A MISERABLE DESTINY OF ANY WOMEN". We should learn to see our self in those around us,let us respect and protect our fellow beings.

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  64. I saw your video on Ted Talks some time ago. It takes a great deal of courage to stand for yourself and hundred others whom you don't even know. Every second girl in this country is eve-teased, raped, and abused in her own house, leave aside outside. But sadly, she is made to feel guilty. The accused live a free life. The recent Delhi tragedy and your talk have been a jolt. I will try my best to change the culture of silence in my life. Thank you Sunitha.

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  65. At last that word in your post..'.transformation'.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEIfMqM5wnM

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  66. Look what political, material and religious mileage people make out of horrific incidents such as the Delhi gang rape: http://shyjumathew.com/blog/2013/01/05/where-was-god-in-the-rape/

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  67. Hello mam,

    I just read a good blog on zeenews.com by aryan yuyutsu on'can cinemas curb rape in society'.i found he had a point.do peruse...

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  68. how can i be a more active part of solution??

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  71. …the time is for action is now! Thank you for the post and Most importantly for the work you have been doing for years. I look up to you!

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  72. Dear Sunitha.
    I just saw your TED speech. You are a source of inspiration to all humanity. All the best of success to you in your amazing work to bring sanity and compassion to this troubled and sad world.

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